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Empowerment Through Technology: Fort Bend County Libraries' Senior Series Leads the Way

In a bid to empower older adults and their families with the tools for safe and effective technology usage, Fort Bend County Libraries' University Branch Library proudly presents "Help! Technology is Tough!" This enlightening program, part of the Senior Series, ...

Elevate Your Leadership with "Leadership MEQ": A Breakthrough eBook for Modern Leaders

Experience a paradigm shift in leadership with the release of "Leadership MEQ: Integrating Mindset, Emotional Intelligence, and Leadership Qualities," now available on Amazon. This groundbreaking eBook is poised to revolutionize the way leaders approach their roles in today's dynamic landscape.

Black History Month books for Kids

You know your history. You know about slavery and Jim Crow and Harriet Tubman and Malcolm X. You know about all those things, and more. So now make sure your child knows, too, by bringing home these great Black History ...

'Tab Time Birthday Celebration' with Best-Selling Author Tabitha Brown at JSU

Houston Style Magazine is thrilled to bring you an exclusive look into the star-studded "Tab Time Birthday Celebration", the sold-out event, in collaboration with JSU's Department of English and Modern Languages (EML), Mississippi Book Festival, Lemuria Books, and Visit Jackson, ...

Celebrating Black History Month with "BLACK WOMEN TAUGHT US": A Powerful Tribute to Black Feminism

s we usher in the first day of Black History Month, it's imperative to commemorate the invaluable contributions of Black women to history, culture, and the ongoing struggle for justice. The National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAH) ...

Learn How to Overrule Negative Thoughts with Life Coach’s Impactful ‘Flipology’ Method

Is the secret to a happier life as simple as changing the way you think? Renowned life coach, author, and speaker Rob Cross believes so, introducing his groundbreaking "flipology" approach to challenge negative thoughts and empower individuals to transform their ...

Common to Inspire PVAMU Students with a Message of Wellness and Self-Care

Prairie View A&M University proudly welcomes Common, the acclaimed artist, actor, author, and activist, to a packed auditorium eager to hear his transformative story.

PVAMU Hosts Award-Winning Artist and Activist Common on Exclusive Book Tour

Prairie View A&M University proudly welcomes the multitalented artist, actor, author, and activist Common for an engaging conversation. PVAMU stands as the exclusive HBCU venue on Common's extensive multi-city tour.

Moving On Without Letting Go

Everyone experiences grief differently. Some want to move on immediately; others let grief flow through them, following its natural course; still others get stuck — they can't or don't want to move on, because their grief is the last thread ...

Civil Rights activist, Ernest McMillan, To Be at The Gite Gallery

Join us on Friday, October 27th at 6:00 pm for a conversation and book signing with civil rights activist, Ernest McMillan.

The Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency Hosts “Doc Talk” Networking Happy Hour and Presentation: “What I Would Tell My 35-year-old Self”

The Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency, a nonprofit providing Houston-area women and girls with the tools needed to be advocates for their health, will present an in-person “Doc Talk” presentation on “What I Would Tell My 35-year-old Self” ...

Legally Blind Author Announces Debut of Series Centered on Flawed but Fierce Black Women in America

Before her Hollywood dreams were shattered, Pearle Monalise Brown was the tenacious aspiring actress from Compton's unforgiving, scarred streets. Never broken, Pearle switches gears to a fallback plan — resorting to using her beauty and acting skills to swindle money ...

Recession-Proof Your Mental Health: New Book Offers Practical Insights Into Overcoming Setbacks

Individuals can’t control interest rates, inflation or market downturns, but they can control their reactions to less than ideal circumstances, says strategic consultant and business coach George R. Leonard. In his new book, How to Thrive in a Recession: “You ...

An Inspiring Biography of Merze Tate From Penn Professor Barbara Savage

Born in rural Michigan at the turn of the century, Merze Tate was the first African-American woman to attend Oxford. She also graduated with a doctorate from Harvard, became a leading scholar on diplomatic history, colonialism, and nuclear arms, taught ...

Legally Blind Author Announces Debut of Series Centered on Flawed but Fierce Black Women in America

Before her Hollywood dreams were shattered, Pearle Monalise Brown was the tenacious aspiring actress from Compton's unforgiving, scarred streets. Never broken, Pearle switches gears to a fallback plan — resorting to using her beauty and acting skills to swindle money ...

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